October 23, 2014: The Digital Inn guest, Jostein Mediaa always keeps us busy by sending us transcriptions of church records regularily. Today we have concentrated on some of his contributions and published those. His work in the Digital Inn is impressive. He has made over 600 lists from parish registers from the Trøndelag counties and Nordland county available for search. In the Most Recent 100 you find a list of today's contributions.
Newly scanned sources are also available: The 1870 Census for Kongsvinger, Lillehammer and Gjøvik (Disse tellingene er allerede transkriberte og tilgjengelig for søk.), 7 roll indexes from Haugesund seamen office og 16 main roll and roll indexes from Kristiansand enlisting district .
October 21, 2014: More transcribed church records are available in our database. The data is mostly from the period 1801-1814 transcribed by staff at the Regional State Archives in Bergen, but there are also contributions from our guest in the Digital Inn, Jostein Mediaa. Go to the list of the Most Recent 100 for details and search forms.
October 14, 2014: We have published more transcribed church records. Go to the list of the Most Recent 100 for details and search forms.
October 13, 2014: Newly scanned sources are available. The 1891 census is now completed for Sogn og Fjordane county , except Florø. From The National Archives' collection of medieval and post-medieval documents , paper documents 1570-1670 is now completed.
October 8, 2014: We welcome Kjell Halvorsen, Jan Horgen and Solør Slektshistorielag ("Solør Genaology Organisation") as new guests in the Digital Inn. They are all contributing with church records from the period 1801-1814 as part of the project to transcribe all the parish registers from that period. Today we have published over 50.000 records of individuals from parish registers from that particular period. They are from all over Norway. Go to the list of the Most Recent 100 for details.
Ms. Inga Bolstad (aged 48) assumed duty as the new head of the Norwegian archival service on 1 October 2014. Read more...
From April 1, 2014 the old version of the Digital Archives is available from a link on the home site of the Digital Archives. It will remain available until end of 2014. Read more...